Diddy Covers Mixmag; Bashes DJs, Talks Album

Diddy Covers Mixmag; Bashes DJs, Talks Album

    Diddy, along with Felix Da Housecat, will cover the upcoming April issue of the UK magazine Mixmag where he discusses mondern DJs, his new album and things like how many hours of sleep he gets (lol). Diddy gets into stories about his background as a dancer in the New York music scene in the 1980s and of coures his friendship with dance music stars like Felix.

    Diddy gets controversial by repeating his recent criticism of some contemporary hip hop DJs saying "They come up in a generation where people are DJing for money so they copied who they saw getting the most money, copying their style and copying their play-list, copying what they hear on the radio.”

    Beyond bashing DJ's, Diddy talks about his new "sound" for his upcoming "Last Train To Paris" LP which he calls "electro-hip hop soul-funk: the new black!." Diddy says "on this album, I’m using names that you know – Pharrell, Tricky, Rodney Jerkins and T-Pain - and I’m pushing them to a certain level of greatness.
I’m motherfuckin’ Rick James on this album. I’m talking about love – sex-pain – heartache and some other stuff I can’t mention yet. It’s the dark and the light side."


Diddy, along with Felix Da Housecat, will cover the upcoming April issue of the UK magazine Mixmag where he discusses mondern DJs, his new album and things like how many hours of sleep he gets (lol). Diddy gets
into stories about his background as a dancer in the New York music
scene in the 1980s and of coures his friendship with dance music stars
like Felix.

    Diddy gets controversial by repeating his recent
criticism of some contemporary hip hop DJs saying "They come up in a
generation where people are DJing for money so they copied who they saw
getting the most money, copying their style and copying their
play-list, copying what they hear on the radio.”

    Beyond bashing DJ's, Diddy talks about his new "sound" for his upcoming "Last Train To Paris" LP which he calls "electro-hip hop soul-funk: the new black!." Diddy says "on this album, I’m using names that you know – Pharrell, Tricky, Rodney Jerkins and T-Pain - and I’m pushing them to a certain level of greatness.
I’m motherfuckin’ Rick James
on this album. I’m talking about love – sex-pain – heartache and some
other stuff I can’t mention yet. It’s the dark and the light side."

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